Gourami acting strange

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    Myfish001 New Member Member

    I have 3 golden gourami's. 2 female, 1 male and just recently, the male has been hanging around one corner of the top of the tank and one female hangs out in a corner at the top of the tank on the opposite side. Alk my reading's are normal. Anyone know about that? The other female could care less. She is just a social butterfly.
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    silliputty23 Valued Member Member

    My honey gourami did that for several days after first introducing him to the tank. He was the only one in there, as well...After a week, he warmed up and started swimming around all areas of the tank.

    I only have Purple Harlequin Rasbora and Corydoras in there with him right now and he seems to like them. He was in the middle of the Cory group when I first introduced them, and was searching the substrate for food as though thinking he was one of them. I was a proud parent.

    If your Gourami fish are new to the tank, wait it out a bit.

    If not, consider the other tank mates. They may intimidate him.
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    Peacefantasy Well Known Member Member

    What do you mean readings are "normal"? What are the exact numbers?
    What size tank? How long has the tank been established?
    Are the 3 gourami the only fish in the tank?